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Did Florida legislators overlook a loophole when rejecting Medicaid expansion?

Florida Health Watch the Kaiser Health News reports on little known loophole in the federal Medicaid law that could provide the answer to thousands of low-income, uninsured Floridians denied health insurance because Florida lawmakers refused to expand Medicaid: miscalculate your income in 2014.

Here's the report on how the loophole works by Kaiser Health News. For more coverage of Florida's health care debate, see Florida Health Watch, a partnership with the Kaiser Family Foundation and the Miami Herald here. 

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whasup

Let me guess, Kaiser and its affiliates have zero financial interest in getting the maximum participation in some federal government health care spending. Yeah, I thought I was confused.

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